Pioneer Valley High School's Panther Tales

Future Icons

Alasaundra Silva

June 7, 2018

Filed under All Articles, Poetry

Surrounded by future icons Creatives of the modern world Filmmakers of tomorrow Musicians who make new sounds Writers who do more than revamp old stories They have visions They have dreams They’re not out o...

An Artist’s Need

Alasaundra Silva

June 5, 2018

Filed under All Articles, Poetry

Not everyone can afford to be romantic Not everyone can live an artist's dream We need people who will settle for simple comforts and an average life We the artists need you to thrive We need small and narrow min...

Friend

Friend

May 31, 2018

My Muse

Alasaundra Silva

May 22, 2018

Filed under All Articles, Poetry

She knows my body   You know my skeleton   The woman within   Although these feelings wane   We’re still chained   Pickpocketed my time   You could have taken &nbs...

Today

Today

May 17, 2018

HOMELAND SECURITY

Zander Moreno

May 14, 2018

Filed under All Articles, Poetry

my plates are made of "made in china" stickers, the soles of my boots are made of cardboard and sometimes tracks of old men get left in between the dents of the footprint. this isn't america until you have stood...

AGELESS REVOLUTION

Zander Moreno, Editor in Chief

May 9, 2018

Filed under All Articles, Poetry

is the revolution ageless? does it crawl on its hind legs? taken into the house of one too many, the revolution has definitions that stretch through filters on a cigarette, that stretch from funnels pouring gasoline over newly tended roses, stretched over newlywed's bedsheets that fog into the morning light. is it inside o...

Radio Static

Radio Static

May 8, 2018

Bread

Bread

May 3, 2018

SYSTEMATIC

SYSTEMATIC

May 1, 2018

Fairy Dust

Alexis Dagar, Managing Editor

April 13, 2018

Filed under All Articles, Poetry

What a travesty. Orange stained fingertips Now grazed over her Clean napkin folded Delicate like the skin Over her tired eyes She exchanged Cheeto dust For the fairy kind so she can Finally feel what it's...